Krajobraz po bitwie wajda online dating
Late Andrzej Wajda’s portrayal of Władysław Strzemiński is a production with lots of unfulfilled potential.
What we could have got is an ambivalent, fractured depiction of Strzemiński.
We will see [in this film] times when this matter was vividly discussed, because everything was coming into existence, beginning to bloom.
People had to decide which side to stand by, had to make a choice [...].
The screenplay was mainly based on Tadeusz Borowski’s story, "Bitwa pod Grunwaldem" / "The Battle for Grunwald", as well as, to a lesser extent, on a few other stories by the author.
The authors of the script were - Andrzej Brzozowski, the co-writer of, among others, "Pasażerka" by Andrzej Munk and a known film documentarian, as well as Andrzej Wajda.
In both cases, the love ends tragically: just when that barrier begins to crack, death comes – an accidental, unnecessary, absurd death.
Tadek, a prisoner who has been in the camp for a long time, has seen all the atrocities one person can do to another. This love blooms among the beautiful and thrilling autumn surroundings. It is the famed painting by Jan Matejko "Bitwa pod Grunwaldem" ("The Battle for Grunwald") being recreated by the Poles residing in the camp.
The film, therefore, has two points, the intimate one – the relationship of Tadeusz and Nina, and the political one – the inmates' attitude towards the new Poland, where the dilemma is all about whether to return to Poland or stay in the free world.
Andrzej Wajda's "Krajobraz po bitwie" / "Landscape after battle" was a ground-breaking film discussing the personal stories of the inmates of a WW-II camp.
The film also draws inspiration from one of Poland's most iconic paintings.Autumn of 1945 is not a time of national consent and each character has his or her own opinion of the matter, often one which is hurtful to others.